New Bridal Collection 2019

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From classic royal wedding dresses to cutting-edge feathered gowns, LQ Designs is delighted to present highlights from our new 2019 bridal collection.

Fit for a Princess

Meghan Markle’s simple, sophisticated wedding gown continues to have a huge influence on bridal styles. Our latest designs reflect Meghan’s iconic look perfectly with clean lines, sophisticated tailoring and flowing trains featuring strongly throughout.

Made from the finest fabrics, these exquisitely cut floor-length dresses create slim silhouettes, while the long trains add a wonderfully romantic edge. Necklines and fabrics are kept simple with little embellishment for a beautiful, timeless wedding aesthetic.

Above: Full length slimline bridal dress with long sheer cape.


Above: Full length embroidered wedding dress with classic court length train.

Above: This design from our 2018 collection emulates Meghan Markle’s extra long Monarch train.

Bridal Ballgowns

Tying in with the princess bride theme is the emergence of ballgown dresses. Bateau and off the shoulder necklines, fitted bodices and full flowing skirts are tipped to take the spotlight next year. Brides-to-be seeking a fairy tale look will love our latest ballgown designs.

The simple v-neckline, boned corset and full skirt of this dress enhances and flatters any figure, while the sparkly fabric adds a touch of modern glamour.

Above: Brides-to-be will love this classic ballgown’s shape and subtle sparkle.

Above: This statement ballgown with plunging fitted bodice and layered full skirt is every princess bride’s dream.

Above: The full length train makes the perfect princess bride silhouette.

Feather Wedding Dresses

Feather wedding dresses and feather detailing will set the wedding scene all a flutter next year. LQ Designs has created this fabulous feathered bridal gown for brides-to-be wishing to incorporate this unique style motif.

This elegant mermaid style dress features a high neck embroidered bodice cascading down into a marabou feather skirt and train. The low lace back adds a seductive, contemporary twist.

Above: High neck slimline wedding gown with full feather skirt and train.

Fabulous Florals

A nod to Meghan’s monarch veil decorated with flowers representing each of the commonwealth countries, flowers and florals run through many 2019 dress designs - from complete floral lace wedding gowns to scatterings of 3D flowers across bodices and skirts.

Our 2019 collection is flush with pretty florals, including this beautiful princess-style dress embellished with fabric flowers.

Above: Princess-style wedding gown with flower covered bodice and full skirt with applique flowers.

The form-fitting fit and flare design below incorporates delicate floral patterns across the bodice, skirt and sleeves.

Above: Slimline tulle and lace wedding gown with flower embellished bodice, sheer sleeves and sweeping train.

All that Glitters

Metallic wedding dresses shimmered and sparkled from every corner at Bridal Fashion Week. Our newest collection offers sparkle in every style, including this show-stopping metallic effect bridal gown. The sheer cape adds real drama to the look.

Above: Metallic diamond silver wedding dress featuring full length cape.

Coloured Wedding Dresses

Pastel coloured wedding dresses are brightening up the traditional neutral wedding colour palette and were a key highlight of Vera Wang’s 2019 Spring/Summer collection. Take a look at our dresses in lavender, peach and blush in our 2019 bridal collection.

Above: LQ Designs' fitted, embellished wedding dress in soft peach.

View our 2019 Collection

As a leading premier supplier of quality bridal dresses, bridesmaid dresses and occasion wear we pride ourselves in offering our designs in any UK size from 4 to 36 in over 80 different colours. We can also customise any of our dresses to suit your requirements.

To arrange a viewing appointment at our Kent outlet centre contact us on 01322 387 321 or email info@lqdesigns.eu

We’re also exhibiting at the Harrogate 2019 Bridal Show on 9 – 11 September 2018, come along and meet us there!



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